Patricia Ferrari graduated from Western University in 2004 with an Honours degree in Health Sciences. She returned to Western University the following year to continue her studies and completed a Masters of Physical Therapy in 2006. Following her graduation, Patricia moved back to her hometown of Timmins and began working at the Timmins and District Hospital providing physiotherapy services in the public sector. While working at the hospital Patricia discovered her passion for treating patients with orthopaedic injuries and in 2012, she entered the private sector opening Restore Physiotherapy with her classmate and colleague Scott Alexander. She continues to extend her practice through continuing education courses in manual therapy and the assessment and treatment of concussions.
Away from the clinic, Patricia enjoys participating in the Timmins Selects Women’s Basketball league, golfing and spending time with her daughter Grace and husband Denis.
Scott moved to Timmins in 2011 and is proud to be a co-founder of Restore Physiotherapy. He is a proud husband and father to 3 beautiful kids and spends most of his time trying to keep up with them. In his spare time he enjoys running, playing soccer, golf, and hockey.
Kara is passionate about helping her clients and has completed numerous post-graduate orthopaedics courses since her time at Western. As a Level 5 certified therapist, she hopes to soon attain FCAMPT designation. She has also furthered her education in concussion prevention and management.
Away from the clinic, you can find Kara participating in group fitness classes, playing recreational hockey or coaching local girls hockey programs. As an avid golfer, she aspires to golf two new courses each season. Kara also enjoys exploring new places through travelling, hiking and canoe tripping.
After gaining valuable knowledge and experience at his first place of employment, Ian decided to transfer from the public system to private practice. The focus of his work shifted to treating musculoskeletal conditions including overuse, sport, motor vehicle accident injuries and workplace injuries. Along with working at Restore Physiotherapy, Ian has spent several semesters teaching at Northern College part-time in the Health Sciences department.
Aside from physiotherapy, Ian’s hobbies include spending time outdoors, hunting, hockey, soccer and golf. He also enjoys exercising and competing in triathlons (bike/swim/run).
In her free time, Krystal enjoys life at the lake, cross country/downhill skiing, skating and spending time with her family.
Krystal looks forward to being the first person you meet as you walk through the doors of Restore Physiotherapy!